Ritholtz's Reads: What Hedge-Fund Guys Make in Bad Years

Here are your morning reads.

I'm flying to Miami, so here are your morning plane reads:

• Howard Marks, Oaktree founder, attacks hedge fund fees (FTsee also What Hedge Fund Managers Make in a Bad Year (CIO

• China Enters Bull Market (WSJ

• This is no zombie economy (USAT) Yellen: December Interest Rate Increase Is ‘a Live Possibility’ (NYT

• This Is the Worst U.S. Earnings Season Since 2009 (Bloombergsee also Earnings Season in U.S. Is Turning Into ‘Adjusted Ebitda’ Season (Bloomberg

• Municipal Bonds Shine in Bleak Landscape (WSJ

• The Lure of Luxury (Boston Review

• Khamenei Clarifies: “Death to America” Is Nothing Personal, Guys (Slate

• Facebook Prods Users to Share a Bit More as new content postings slip (WSJsee also Essena O’Neill quits Instagram, claiming social media ‘is not real life’ (The Guardian

• Don’t believe the Democratic Party is in crisis? Then read this tweet. (Vox

• Exxon Predicted Today’s Cheap Solar Boom Back in the 1980s (Bloombergsee also What Economists Don’t Get About Climate Change (Bloomberg View

What are you reading? 

EU Nudges Up Growth Forecasts on Low Oil Prices, Easy Money


 Source: Wall Street Journal  

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